Dr. Tran was one of my OB's associates and was on call when my water broke at 34 wks. I was in the hospital for more than 3 hours before I realized she had been there the whole time too. i.e. She never came in to see me until the nurse passed on my astonishment at finding out she was in the L&D ward and yet never presented herself. Then she came in all smiles.
My other experience with her was after me son was born. I suffered from an acute case of nipple thrush for 4-6 months. Every Lactation Consultant whom I consulted with was positive that I had an extremely stubborn case of nipple thrush and that I needed a most aggressive treatment requiring a medical prescription. Dr. Tran was convinced otherwise and gave the prognosis that I was suffering from the breast pain because, "Patient has large, pendular breasts and doesn't wear a bra."
After that prognosis, I switched doctors to one who immediately prescribed the treatment that the Lactation Consultants had been recommending. This new OB was candid and humble enough to let me know that in medical school doctors get exactly ZERO hours of education in breastfeeding and related problems!